Bering Yachts is proud to announce 40m explorer Bering 130 as its newest Expedition Series model and flagship of the fleet.



Developed in association with Sabdes Design, she features bold and powerful lines ready to take on the heaviest of seas with efficiency due to a tall bow profile that provides the requisite buoyancy to rise up and over approaching swells.



Bering 130 has fuel capacity of 17,000 gallons and can travel well over 6,000 nautical miles. Featuring a very functional layout on her 31’ beam, her sun deck on the flybridge offers a prime location for entertaining, partially shaded by the hardtop and hosting a wet bar, Jacuzzi, various lounging areas comprising of lots of fitted sun pads.



Upper deck sky lounge reinforces the indoor/outdoor theme with large doors opening out to the aft. The library area, captain’s quarters and pilothouse are all located on the upper deck. Alfresco dining for up to 10 guests and sun-loungers are available on the aft side of this deck.



Exterior side of the main deck incorporates the lounge area with sun pads and a coffee table. The main saloon and dining area for 10 guests feature full-height windows on either side providing the guests with wonderful sea views. Main deck also hosts the galley, day head and storage areas.



The forward located full beam master suite boasts a master stateroom with a king size bed and large storage areas. The master suite offers maximum privacy given the fact it is completely separated from the lower staterooms. 



Four luxurious and spacious staterooms have large queen size beds and en suite heads on the lower deck. Fully equipped gym and massage therapy cabins, as well as the crew quarters, are also located on the same deck.

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